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- Directs the Secretary of the Treasury to admit duty-free a Phillips Medical Systems 4 tesla nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer for the use of the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Provides ... Read more >
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Last Action: Oct 12, 1989
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